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In object-oriented programming [[OOP]] a class is a programming language construct that contains properties and methods. The properties represent the attributes of an object and the methods represent the actions that an object can perform. A common design pattern is to have a base class and child classes that specialise the methods of the base class.
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In object-oriented programming a class is a programming language construct that contains properties and methods. The properties represent the attributes of an object and the methods represent the actions that an object can perform. A common design pattern is to have a parent class and child classes that specialise the methods of the parent class.
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In object-oriented programming a class is a programming language construct that contains properties and methods. The properties represent the attributes of an object and the methods represent the actions that an object can perform. A common design pattern is to have a parent class and child classes that specialise the methods of the parent class.